Kanye West Leads Another Sunday Service, Says It's 'The Last Time On the Mountain'

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Kanye West attends "The Cher Show" Broadway musical opening night at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York City on Dec. 3, 2018.

Kanye West held his weekly Sunday Service in the Hills over the weekend (March 24).

The spiritual retreat could be the last time we see Ye take everyone to church for a while. "This is the last time on the mountain, so y'all gotta party with us," West told the crowd during the session. 

A few special guests were also on hand for the Week 12 edition, as Katy Perry, Tyler, The Creator, and Courtney Love were reportedly spotted in attendance. 

The gospel choir endured another wardrobe change this week, as the entire group was now draped in matching faded blue linens. West orchestrated thunderous performances of Watch The Throne's "Lift Off," "Dark Fantasy," and "Amazing" throughout the latest Sunday Service session in the glistening California sun. 

Sunday Service was apparently cut short following the arrival of two LAPD officers, who were called to the scene thanks to a noise complaint from neighbors in the area, according to the Daily Mail. The report says that guests began to file out once law enforcement got involved. 

Billboard has reached out to the LAPD for confirmation.

Check out highlights from Sunday Service below. 


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